A few years ago, I reviewed a book called Rogue Touch. I liked the book just fine, but it strayed so heavily from the source material, it rubbed a lot of Rogue fans the wrong way. Recently, I found the time to try Shatter Me, by Tahereh Mafi. It’s been in my TBR for so long, I forgot it was there. But I’m glad I found it again. The main character isn’t actually Rogue, and the world isn’t that of the X-Men, but it may as well be both. Read on to find out how. Continue reading →
Avengers: Infinity War hit theaters on Friday. If you haven’t seen it yet, you have done yourself a grave disservice and you should skip work and/or school today to rectify that situation immediately. Let me break it down for you.
Since summertime is all about fun, how about a little comedy? This week, I present to you Every Superhero Ever, by Smosh, parodying all those superhero cliches and offensive missteps. You’ve been warned, this one’s pervy, rude, and everything in-between. Enjoy!
There was a time not very long ago that I just didn’t understand all of the hype around the superhero movies. I didn’t read comics, I didn’t purchase superhero paraphernalia, and I didn’t watch superheroes on television or the big screen. Don’t get me wrong, I had seen some superhero TV shows (Justice League cartoon, anyone?) and had even seen a Spiderman movie and the original X-Men trilogy. Continue reading →
A few months back, the internet was introduced to Lord Ingvard’s versions of female super hero costumes along with this explanation:
“I love comics and superheroes as much as the next nerd, but the women’s costumes—sweet mother of Moses!—the COSTUMES. At the very least, highly impractical. And at worst, incredibly sexist. I mean, EXTREMELY so.